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Hi all,

I am looking for a smart looking web site software,that wud let me display ebooks on a website. I wud like the user to b able to take a virtual tour of the bookshop and look at the book titles as if looking in a real bookshop.

I heard that htis is possible on a MAC.

Pls assist me.Thks in advance
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